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2014- News roundup: Barrett's funding on the up!

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2014 saw a whole spectrum of wonderful ways to raise Barrett’s awareness and to get the funding going. Well done to all those who volunteered- a truly impressive amount of events was done

  • Carmen Stringfellow and work colleagues undertook fundraising events at work during February raising £1175! Thank You!
  • Kelly Allen and Mark Rafferty organised a biathlon (right) for BOC raising £1700. In June Nathan Moorey ran the Midnight Sun Marathon in Norway raising £285. Nathan ran the London Marathon for BOC in 2011
  • In May, Stuart Taylor and other members of Imperial College School of Medicine’s Light Opera Society produced and performed “Les Miserables” in 24 hours in aid of Barrett’s Oesophagus Campaign raising £500.

  • Sue Whall (pictured here with her supportive husband) ran the Reigate Half Marathon on Sunday 21st September raising a staggering £10,000.

 

 
 
  • Chris Robinson cycled from Machu Picchu to The Amazon raising £2,000 for Barrett’s Wessex. 
  • Dr Li Von Schack, who ran the London Marathon in 2012, ran the Marathon des Alpes-Maritimes from Nice to Cannes in November raising over £2,000.
  • TV actress Fiona Wade raised nearly £2,000 in conjunction on ITV’s Family Fortunes.
  • Instead of spending money on Christmas cards for her work colleagues, Denise Ensor donated the money she’d have spent and persuaded her colleagues to do likewise.
  • We are also grateful to the following who raised funds for BOC. If they contact us we’ll provide a certificate.
  • Carole Geraghty, in memory of co-worker, Julie Robertson, raised over £2,350
  • Brenda Johnson raised over £1,025
  • Michael Willett also ran the Great North Run raising £650
  • Joanne Reah, in memory of her father, Ian Goldsmith, raised £340
  • Lucy Butler, in memory of her father, Alan Spry, did an open water swim raising over £300
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